iPhoto7 – iPhone Photography Challenge : 20/Project52

I played around with the idea of using the camera which is with me 100% of the time, my trusty iPhone4S which has a great 8Mb pixel camera. One photo per day for 5 to 7 days seemed like an easy challenge but I was trying to create quality photos, or different photos than just a photo of a bird or a nice scene. All the photos could only use apps native to the iPhone to edit or tweak the results.

The project shed some light into my photography in general and my lack of time to take out the camera in recent weeks.

iPhoto7 : iPhone photos

Below are the photos which I took during the week, not earth shattering but the challenge proved to me that I’m not going out and about with the camera enough!!

Low Rainbow - iPhone Photography Challenge

Low Rainbow

Bluebells in Woodland - iPhone Photography Challenge

Bluebells in Woodland

No Copy and Paste - iPhone Photography Challenge

No copy and Paste

Rose in Room - iPhone Photography Challenge

Rose in Room

Pop Art - Pop Fizz - iPhone Photography Challenge

Pop Art - Pop Fizz

Some of the images came out rather well, the indoor shot of the rose proves how hard it is to take decent shots in low light (without a flash) with the iPhone. (the flash just looked too harsh)

Overall, my deduction is that I’m not going out of my way (in the past few weeks) to get some quality shots and that’s what the Project52 was designed to do – get me out and about with the camera to deliver 1 decent photo per week.

So hopefully I can dedicate some time during the good weather to take some decent shots.

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